Karnataka PGCET 2023 Edit Window Closes Today, Last Chance to Make Changes to Your Application
The Karnataka PGCET application editing window is set to close today, on October 26, and it's the last opportunity for candidates to make necessary changes. The editing window is available on cetonline.karnataka.gov.in. The Karnataka PGCET 2023 exams took place on September 23 and 24 this year. Students have the chance to make edits to their Karnataka PGCET 2023 applications until 6 pm today, as per the information provided on the official website. The release of the PGCET 2023 entrance test results is anticipated. Before the results are announced, KEA (Karnataka Examination Authority) has allowed students to update the information they provided in their application forms.
Key Dates for Karnataka PGCET 2023:
- Exam Dates: September 23 (ME, MTech, MArch programs) and September 24 (MCA and MBA programs).
- Tentative Answer Keys Release: September 29.
Important Information for Shortlisted Applicants
Candidates who make it through the selection process will need to physically report to the colleges assigned to them after the Karnataka PGCET 2023 results are made public. Failure to obtain the confirmation letter for their temporary seat assignment and not reporting to the designated college within the specified time frame will result in the cancellation of their admission.
How to Edit Your Karnataka PGCET 2023 Application:
Follow these steps to edit your application:
Step 1: Visit the official website of the Karnataka Examination Authority at cetonline.karnataka.gov.in.
Step 2: Navigate to the PGCET section under admissions.
Step 3: Select the Edit window and provide the necessary login information.
Step 4: Save the changes you've made before submitting the document.
Step 5: Update your application for the Karnataka PGCET 2023 and download a copy for your records.
Rank List and Merit List for Karnataka PGCET 2023
The Karnataka PGCET 2023 rank list and merit list are also expected to be available on the official website. For applicants with valid Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE 2023) results, KEA will publish a separate merit list.
The Karnataka PGCET 2023 was conducted in offline mode and had a duration of two hours. The exam awarded a total of 100 marks for ME, MTech, MArch, MBA, and MCA courses, consisting of 75, 100, and 80 multiple-choice questions from different sections. Importantly, there is no negative marking for incorrect answers.